Cooking Classes in San Francisco

2017
  • KIDS COOKING CAMP (SOLD OUT)

    June 26, 2017 9:00 AM

    We are very proud to announce our week long summer cooking camp for kids ages 8-12. Last years camp was such a success, we are excited for an even better one this year. Camp is Monday through Friday from 9am until 3pm at our SoMa kitchen. The cost is $450 per child and includes all materials. Each morning the junior chefs will spend the first three hours in the kitchen prepping and cooking a different themed meal for the day. Many cuisines will be explored. The afternoon will feature hands-on baking and preparing of the afternoon snack along with a creative food and art related week long project.

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  • KNIFE SKILLS: CHOP LIKE A PRO

    July 7, 2017 6:00 PM

    Our Knife Skills class has become so popular so we are offering more of them. If you take one cooking class this year, it should be this one! In this class, everyone will have their own station and their own set of sharp knives. We’ll teach you how to sharpen and maintain your knives at home. You’ll learn how to better handle a chefs knife, a pairing knife and a boning knife. We’ll butcher whole fish and poultry and learn to make stock from scratch. We’re going to cover countless different cuts, you’re knife skills will improve 10 times in this four hour class. You’ll work with a wide variety of seasonal ingredients and we’ll prepare an amazing multi-course dinner with all of our practice cuts. This class is for all levels and a must attend for anyone who likes to cook. This class is 4 hours and costs $165.

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  • SUMMER SUPPER 2.0 (SOLD OUT)

    July 14, 2017 6:00 PM

    This menu is summer at it’s finest. The first course will feature a raw fish preparation using our incredible California wild king salmon. Next is one of my favorite dishes. A sweet, salty and savory salad pairing huge chunks of cured seedless watermelon with rich Marcona almonds, briny olives and a rich but tangy vinaigrette of heirloom tomatoes and lime juice. For the main course we will truss, marinade and slow cook a whole Berkshire pork loin to pair with a smoky grilled peach salsa and fried Japanese peppers. Everyone loves Shishitos! And for dessert this date cake with cardamom and served with a sauce of slow cooked plums is awesome. This class is 4 hours, 4 courses and costs $165.

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  • SUMMER SUPPER 2.0

    July 21, 2017 6:00 PM

    This menu is summer at it’s finest. The first course will feature a raw fish preparation using our incredible California wild king salmon. Next is one of my favorite dishes. A sweet, salty and savory salad pairing huge chunks of cured seedless watermelon with rich Marcona almonds, briny olives and a rich but tangy vinaigrette of heirloom tomatoes and lime juice. For the main course we will truss, marinade and slow cook a whole Berkshire pork loin to pair with a smoky grilled peach salsa and fried Japanese peppers. Everyone loves Shishitos! And for dessert this date cake with cardamom and served with a sauce of slow cooked plums is awesome. This class is 4 hours, 4 courses and costs $165.

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  • EATALY

    July 28, 2017 6:00 PM

    Everyone’s favorite Italian cooking class “Eataly” is back for it’s summer edition. The first course features tender eggplant slowly cooked in a sweet and sour style with tomatoes, capers, honey, Balsamic vinegar and more while paired with creamy burrata and a hint of bitter dark chocolate. Next is one of my favorite ingredients to cook, squid! This may be the perfect summer dish with a cold bottle of Rose. And if you have not tried to grill lettuces before, you’re going to love learning this. For the main course we will cook whole Berkshire pork tenderloins and pair it with a slow cooked cherry tomato jam which is a fabulous condiment to help build your larder. Dessert pairs olive oil cake with strawberries and the incredibly aromatic Piedmontese wine Brachetto. This class is 4 hours, 4 courses and costs $165.

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  • KIDS COOKING CAMP, WEEK 2 (SOLD OUT)

    July 31, 2017 9:00 AM

    We are very proud to announce our week long summer cooking camp for kids ages 8-12. Last years camp was such a success, we have added a second week. Camp is Monday through Friday from 9am until 3pm at our SoMa kitchen. The cost is $450 per child and includes all materials. Each morning the junior chefs will spend the first three hours in the kitchen prepping and cooking a different themed meal for the day. Many cuisines will be explored. The afternoon will feature hands-on baking and preparing of the afternoon snack along with a creative food and art related week long project.

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  • EATALY (SOLD OUT)

    August 4, 2017 6:00 PM

    Everyone’s favorite Italian cooking class “Eataly” is back for it’s summer edition. The first course features tender eggplant slowly cooked in a sweet and sour style with tomatoes, capers, honey, Balsamic vinegar and more while paired with creamy burrata and a hint of bitter dark chocolate. Next is one of my favorite ingredients to cook, squid! This may be the perfect summer dish with a cold bottle of Rose. And if you have not tried to grill lettuces before, you’re going to love learning this. For the main course we will cook whole Berkshire pork tenderloins and pair it with a slow cooked cherry tomato jam which is a fabulous condiment to help build your larder. Dessert pairs olive oil cake with strawberries and the incredibly aromatic Piedmontese wine Brachetto. This class is 4 hours, 4 courses and costs $165.

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Students say…

“This is a real cooking class – everyone has their own station, it’s conducted in a commercial kitchen in San Francisco and you get real hands on experience and training.”

“Wow, what a spectacular experience. I was expecting a high-level overview of what we would be cooking plus some hands-on stuff, but over the course of four hours Jordan imparts such a deep set of cooking skills and knowledge that I feel that I learned more here than I had in the last four years. Jordan’s ability to handle a group of total strangers working with sharp knives and boiling pots and pans is awe-inspiring.”